Downhill Skiing in Michigan

  • Mt. Bohemia - VooDoo Mountain

    Voodoo Mountain

    Mount Bohemia's, Voodoo Mountain has a vertical drop of close to 700 feet and about 100 acres of terrain with a combination of open runs and some tree runs, making it one of the biggest in the Midwest.

    Photo courtesy of Mount Bohemia

  • Michigan offers the best downhill skiing in the Midwest, with pitch and vertical drops comparable to runs in New England and the West. With a combined total of 51 ski areas, boasting over 260 lifts and 1,000 runs, Michigan ranks second in the nation for number of skiing areas found across the state. From bunny-hills to double-black-diamonds, Michigan delivers skiing excitement. So let's head up the lift and ski down the pristine slopes of Pure Michigan.